Download  Print this page

Pioneer DE-7001 Series Bulletin

Hide thumbs
   

Advertisement

P
I
RODUCT
NFORMATION
Optical Drive Summary
There have been five (5) series of Pioneer optical drives: 5000, 5100, 7000, 7100 and 9100. The 5000,
5100 and 7000 series were all SCSI-1 type devices and are no longer in production. The 7100 and 9100
series are switchable SCSI-1 and SCSI-2 devices and are still being produced.
NOTE: SCSI-2 is the current prevalent industry standard.
DE-7001 Series
The DE-7001 series includes the DE-S7001 and DE-U7001 models. The DE-S7001 is an external
subsytem including drive unit, SCSI controller and DC power supply. The DE-U7001 is an internal full
height drive unit with SCSI controller. Both models use the DEC-702 rewritable (MO) magneto-optical
disk media and the DC-502
The 7001 series drives must be set to Mode 0 when using Rewritable media and to Mode 1 when using
WORM media. The settings of the dip switch bits 7 and 8 determine which mode the drive is set to. The
dip switch is located on the rear of the DE-S7001 and on the controller board of the DE-U7001.
The bit settings are read by the controller at Power ON and RESET. If the settings of the bits have
changed, the unit must be reset or turned OFF and then ON before the new setting will take place.
IMPORTANT: You should only change the bit settings when power to the device is OFF.
NOTE: The Mode setting may also be changed by sending the SCSI command CHANGE MODE. Refer
to the SCSI specifications for the corresponding drive for more details.
The Modes are set as described in the table below:
Mode
Bit 7
Bit 8
0
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., Engineering Support
B
ULLETIN
WORM (Write Once Read Many) optical disk media.
A
Name
Description
Rewritable Mode Read and write operations are enabled only with ISO
standard (sampled servo format) rewritable disks. Read
and write operations with WORM disks are disabled.
WORM Mode
Read and write operations are enabled only with ISO
standard (sampled servo (SS) format WORM disks.
Read and write operations with rewritable disks are
disabled.
No. PB _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-0198
(310) 952-2111
Page 1 of 5

Advertisement

   Related Manuals for Pioneer DE-7001 Series

   Summary of Contents for Pioneer DE-7001 Series

  • Page 1 Optical Drive Summary There have been five (5) series of Pioneer optical drives: 5000, 5100, 7000, 7100 and 9100. The 5000, 5100 and 7000 series were all SCSI-1 type devices and are no longer in production. The 7100 and 9100 series are switchable SCSI-1 and SCSI-2 devices and are still being produced.
  • Page 2 ISO 9171 and ISO 10089 (Format B) standards for true Write Once and Rewritable media and are compatible with DE-7001 series multifunction drives. The DE-H7101 series support SCSI-2. The 7101 series drives must be set to Mode 0 or Mode 2 when using Rewritable media and to Mode 1 or Mode 2 when using WORM media.
  • Page 3 The DE-SH9101 is a half-height external multifunction optical disk drive subsystem that can handle large capacity (1.7 GB) utilizing the sampled servo format Multiplexed Address Sampled Servo (MASS). MASS is a high density data recording system. Page 3 of 5 Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., Engineering Support (310) 952-2111...
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT: You should only change the bit settings when power to the device is OFF. The Modes are set as described in the table on the next page (factory default is Mode 0): Page 4 of 5 Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., Engineering Support (310) 952-2111...
  • Page 5 Note: The two colors of the LED are yellow and green. When both colors are lit, the result is orange. Page 5 of 5 Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., Engineering Support (310) 952-2111...

This manual also for:

De-h7001 seriesDe-sh91015000 series5100 series7000 series7100 series ... Show all

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: